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Mapesil AC: Flexible sealing in a rainbow of colour options

Mapei's silicone sealant is durable, mould resistant, waterproof and available in 40 shades to match its grout range

In association with
Mapesil AC for sealing expansion joints of ± 25 per cent expansion of the initial size, forming an elastic gasket between different elements.
Mapesil AC for sealing expansion joints of ± 25 per cent expansion of the initial size, forming an elastic gasket between different elements.

Mapesil AC is a one-component, acetic crosslinking, solvent-free silicone sealant for internal and external use, suitable for sealing glass, ceramic and anodised aluminium.

It is a thixotropic paste that is easily trowellable horizontally and vertically and provides excellent durability even after being exposed to climatic extremes, industrial pollution, sudden temperature changes and immersion in water.

Mould resistant, waterproof and permeable to vapour, Mapesil AC can also be used on concrete, wood, metal, painted surfaces, plastic and rubber providing a bonding enhancer, such as Primer FD, has been applied.

Mapesil AC sealant is available in more than 40 colours to match Mapei’s coloured grout range.

  • Mapesil AC can be used for sealing joints in wall and floor coverings of ceramic and cement, provided they are not subject to heavy abrasion.
    Mapesil AC can be used for sealing joints in wall and floor coverings of ceramic and cement, provided they are not subject to heavy abrasion.
  • Mapesil AC silicone sealant is flexible down to -40°C and resistant to temperatures at +180°C.
    Mapesil AC silicone sealant is flexible down to -40°C and resistant to temperatures at +180°C.
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For more information and technical support, visit mapei.co.uk

 

Contact:

0121 508 6970

info@mapei.co.uk


 

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